Here is a link to the NIMJ amicus brief in Miranda v. United States.
Here is the QP with a proposed modification by NIMJ.
The petition for a writ of certiorari presents the following question:
Congress enacted the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which directs that a voluntary guilty plea cannot be accepted by a military judge if the servicemember, after the plea, presents a matter that is inconsistent with that plea. The question presented is:
Are post-traumatic stress disorder and bipolar disorder substantial questions that a military judge must consider before accepting a servicemember’s guilty plea, when those disorders may have contributed to the charged misconduct?
Amicus National Institute of Military Justice believes the following threshold question is presented:
Is review under 28 U.S.C. § 1259 restricted to the particular issue(s) as to which the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces granted review, or does it extend to all issues in the case?